in a breaking news this morning. in his first public event, donald trump had to the midwest to take credit for saving jobs in america and offering thanks for jobs in ohio. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. u.s. stocks somewhat muted. i doubt it came 5.5% in november. today's the first day of december. let's see how start teachers are doing. typically a great month for your portfolio. nasdaq futures down 10.
nicole: stats in asia with the lead from the higher oil prices continue cap over 1%. three quarters of 1%. oil prices soared. 9% yesterday on the opec reduction had an oil just traded above $50. nicole: yield on the 10 year treasury bond. 2.4% taking rate. lauren: there's a new mouth where program is effective in million dollars that runs the operating system. we will tell you. >> russell westbrook has done another amazing show for the oklahoma tender as they take down the washington wizards. in the meantime, 5:01 a.m. in new york. it is theirs day december 1st. your first step today's markets in the latest breaking news. nicole: donald trump in his
first public event since election day as part of his thank you to her. the first up will be in indianapolis or vice president-elect make pencil enough to deal to save 1000 manufacturing jobs. trump trading yesterday he is looking forward to going to indiana tomorrow in order to be with the grave markers of carrier. they will sell many air conditioners up on the campaign trail after it had us moving jobs to mexico. making kelley spoke to two longtime workers at the company last night on "the kelly file." >> i was not a huge trump supporter. i didn't know how to take mr. trump, but i'm glad he left it to a promising step with it and i'll gladly throw some support to him that if i get a chance to shake his hand tomorrow, i'll gladly do that.as
offered by the state were an important consideration. the agreement in no way diminishes their beliein the benefits of free trade. trample host a rally at the gop stronghold. >> donald trump continued to fill out his cabinet. like norman has the latest on the transition effort. >> presently? economic team come into focus with three major appointment. steve mnuchin named as the treasury secretary appointment. the trunk campaign finance fair. wilbur ross for the commerce secretary role and his number two will be tom wright gets, owner of the chicago cubs. mnuchin told maria bartiromo to a tax overhaul of the front of mind. >> this is something that happens it's in the first days of this president me. we will have a major tax reform. biggest text or for instance reagan.
it's going to be a very large middle income tax cut. >> no more major appointments are expected for the remainder of the week. back to you. lauren: plate berman, thank you for the recap. nicole: in the house democrats ever elect nancy pelosi as minority leader. team mangosteen 62 votes, large numbers of defect or seen since she started to lead house democrats back in 2002. line represents northeast ohio which has just assigned to former democrat to help donald trump in the battleground state as the white house. democrats will be the minority party in the house and will not have the presidency as a defense against republicans. lauren: approved legislation that federal research efforts to fight cancer and other diseases. peter bryant has the details.
>> last night the house passed a sweeping $6 billion bill that supporters the same proof medical innovation, access to new drugs and mental health treatment and fight the opiate epidemic. it is called the 21st century curious acts and has a broad a partisan support in both chambers in the backing of president obama so it's going to become law in part because it provides $1.8 billion for the administration's cancer moon shot and gives an extra 4.8 billion in funding to the national institutes of health. a billion more for state grants to battle opioid inherent abuse and 500 million which the food and drug administration to streamline the clinical trial process and hire new staff. >> the bipartisan bill will ensure health system can keep pace with advances in science and technology. we've got a medical innovation game changer that will deliver hope to patients across the country. >> critics to lower standards than jeopardize patient safety.
>> the president protects those who rely on the health care system. reduces the already weak regulations on medical devices. unless jokes to be approved with limited evidence of the drug safety and efficacy and brushes the use of new and proven antibiotics. >> the senate expected vote on it next week it back to you in new york. nicole: break in this morning, a police officer in tacoma, washington has been killed in the line of duty. police say the unidentified officer were shot multiple times bloggers bonding to a domestic violence call and died at the hospital. this is a just late to be holed up inside a home with a gun. police say the neighborhood is still on lockdown. >> the bottom line is until they have the suspect in custody, it's not safe out there. he saturday fired at officers.
nicole: will bring you the latest developments as they become available. lauren: the death toll in a massive wildfire has grown twos admin. much needed finally in the scorched city of gatlinburg. that's good news. search and rescue teams going door to door looking for survivors who were trapped inside their homes. mayor mike warner says even without buyers the search is dangerous. >> is a major shot because your trees down, power lines down which some of them are still alive. you've got propane tanks leaking. it's just a multitude of things that she had to consider. lauren: the rain also causes mudslides. or 10,000 people evacuated. they still don't know when they can return to their homes. dolly parton's foundation donated $1000 a month to families who lost their homes in the wildfires. thank you, mr.
nicole: opec cutting production yesterday. i gave a boost of energy overall and the shanghai composite up three quarters of 1% in china. the nikkei in japan up 1.1%. hong kong hang seng gaining more than one third of 1% in korea's kospi squeezing out again. lauren: figures on reporting november factory growth best numbers since january 2014. unfortunately live down there is sworn in. down half of 1%. u.s. stock market futures looking like this. the dow and s&p since the summer and a stellar performance at overall. s&p futures down to. netscape seven. very much in a wait-and-see mode. lauren: december is tradition the best month of the year.
the show you commodities are still gaining 9% gain. cut production by $1.2 million a day. did hit 50 for the first time since the sober up 37 cents. nicole: a weaker dollar this morning. everything higher. the euro, japanese and all stronger in the greenback. the 10 note treasury 2.4%. trade to be careful about what apps down the. somehow where installment entry devices have gained access to more than 1 million google accounts. now where being called groove again. it exploits older versions of andrade and takes control of the devices. google is advising you to update software and avoid suspicious
apps. michael jane doe that he created the big mac nearly 50 years ago. he under franchise and came up with the idea of using two all beef patties, lettuce pickles onions on a sesame seed then. he convinced them in the big mac was released nationwide. biggest mcdonald's signature sandwich right now. he died at 98 years old. he did on 47 mcdonald's franchises at one point. nicole: walt disney one of the stocks we're watching today. the media and entertainment company boosted its dividend by 70 cents a share. bob eggers says the increase follows the sixth straight year of revenue and net income. shares of just plunging but disappointing result and cut the
grooming guidance for the year. shares of stocks rose 1% after the storage company posted feather and then expect that quarterly results which included a 31% jump in revenue. fox also raises annual guidance. "the wall street journal" on track to forget about east $108 billion in student loan debt. that is according to a government report that shows they've approach to choosing blogs is proving to be costly. the white house is pushing few but i'm just a general lack check from the google and three cruise lines. pricing advantage to complete the deal is before donald trump takes office. finally, close calls the nearest airport runways. the hazardous runway increase for the third year in a row significantly with federal safety targets of 25% from a
year ago. trying to ride sharing companies trying to avoid the potholes government regulation that threatened our very existence. >> how they include the safety or if they assigned schedule wise then it would defeat the bluebird stat that. nicole: u.s. stock market futures this morning pointed out such an upgrade cannot, s&p looking down to. after a month of november. you are watching trends have been, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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we'd do anything for kids. yet 1 in 6 children in the us struggle with hunger. help end childhood hunger near you. learn how at feedingamerica.org. lauren: happy thursday. 515 in new york it's a in new york it's a clear-cut outlets happening right now. president-elect donald trump picking up that thank you to her. history xapi indianapolis. his deal with air conditioning company carrier to save 1000 american jobs. vice president-elect mike pence will be there as well. then it's on to cincinnati. trump has credited his enthusiastic that rear their hillary clinton. the death toll for the massive wildfires in tennessee is now up to seven. heavy rains yesterday provided much-needed relief and all of
the fires in the fires and gatlinburg were out by late afternoon. search and rescue missions underway. officials say three people trapped by fires have been found in the rok. 14,000 people evacuated and they still don't know when they can return to see their homes. malmö has infected more than a million google accounts being called cool again and then in a day and older versions since august. there were two of which are absent third-party sites google keeping them updated by by downloading up cytokines in the google store. let's check in stock index futures. the dow futures hire by six points. s&p futures at what .5. but the reports today. jobs reports tomorrow. true to ride sharing companies that do great in that fight
government regulations in several cities want to treat them like traditional taxi companies. dan springer in seattle with the details. reporter: lauren, nicole, good morning. i had a collision between major companies in the city governments where they operate. it comes down to this. do brand must rely on innovation and the city council more often than not all that good regulation. in the right-hand industry, the company's views ricers as contractors whose drive on my stability. readers in theology or need protection. seattle became the first city to practice an ordinance allowing them to join a union of the rules for who gets a boat just came out. only drivers to giving 52 rights in the last three months will be eligible to vote. anyone who tries to do brand that would be forced to pay union dues. that would disenfranchise that the drivers. we spoke with several drivers who only worked for extras any
money. they said they would quit doing it and forced to join the union. >> i'm not sure how much union can help with the safety or if they are assigned a schedule. then it would defeat all the purpose of the site. >> they pulled out of austin texas over requirement that all drivers had to be fingerprinted as part of their background checks. tampa could be next with the rideshare company sued the city over the release of what they called trade secrets. with the start and raytheon. city leaders say regular taxi companies are heavily regulated signature can edition of the same rules. >> at the end of the day they do the same thing. they try people for pointing to point you in the method by one acquires the right that differentiates them. >> stakes are high in the battle.
now $66 billion in regulations will drive up the cost of business to their customers and to even the prophet. lauren, nicole, back to you. lauren: coming up his spurs, toronto fc in the march route in fact intensified their ball very and a thrilling rainsoaked overtime playoff game. we'll tell you which one becomes the first canadian club against the seattle founders. the into this. [inaudible conversations] spin active spread their wings in the city of flatbush at the headers from paris. let's check in on stock index futures. the dow in the first day in december. s&p futures down to. you are watching trends have been, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. it is five night teen a.m.
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visit an xfinity store today and see for yourself. xfinity, the future of awesome. nicole: i do love this time of year. victoria's secret angels invading paris sending models have been yesterday. the first time the annual fashion show was hosted in the french capital. performances by lady gog, bruno martz joined forces in the city of lights. $3 million fantasy prospal the show. it was handcrafted over 700 hours with thousands of jobs. the was modeled by jasmine tuck. >> i was out. i was so scared i was going to walk on the runway, but i kept
it together. i saw my family standing in the corner. trade to great production value great performances. the fashion show set to air on december 5th on cbs. lauren: jasmine said it was so heavy it hurt her shoulders to wear it. connie west has checked out of dca -- ucla medical center for exhaustion and dehydration following a series of public brands including how he would've voted for donald trump and how you felt betrayed by his pals jay z and beyoncé. kanye was taken to the hospital last week. he canceled the days when it's remaining to her. he's at home with his wife and their two children. cable car -- and an avid instrument poster has not posted in two months. obviously this is a tough time for her. nicole: the latest from the world of sports.
oklahoma city thunder coach received a warm welcome for fans in its day washington wizards now does how it feels to face the thunder start carries his team against the fourth quarter shot. westbrook elevates for the lay appeared later in the fourth night on three, west right spots up in his his first of the game. heading into overtime. last workers pumped. the free throw put the bat. 126-115 or the second player to average into december. in minnesota, timberwolves take on the new york knicks. the first quarter for the palliative. he was on fire and scored a career-high including a monster two-handed jam. the next cover and made that the
36 left and beat the timberwolves. it's all about the trophy. the montréal impact in the eastern conference championship lives at least three goals to win the series. dominic kudrow gets behind the line and goes for the gold. 37 minute, ties the score. armando cooper knocks the rebound and for the goal. we had to ot. 90 eight minutes. across cubs h that gates has haon it for the goal. toronto has added another goal in the eastern conference championship advanced to the mls cup against the seattle panthers. lauren: in the crowd goes wild good president-elect donald trump and mike pence had to indiana to give details of how they saved 1000 jobs at carrier. >> this is a precedent that and i'm glad it seems like i'm a part of history. it's an age right now with the
lauren: breaking news this morning. in his public event, president-elect trump heads to take credit for state american jobs into the voters in ohio. we'll have details for you. good morning. i have trained for. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. the daddy king 5.0% for the month of november. let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. the first trading day of december relatively flat. the death of five come s&p down one. stocks in japan up 1.1% in the shanghai composite and china
getting .7% today. lauren: oil selling 9% traded above $50 for the first time since that sober. 4993 a barrel at 48 cents. striking right near 2.4% right now. nicole: introducers beware. i'm aware program has infected more than a million phones that run. we'll tell you all about it. sls bristol borough of penn state takes down the washington wizards. >> kaman, everybody. 5:31 a.m. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: president-elect donald trump has to do that for cities today in his first public event since election day and part of his thank you sewer. his first stop in indianapolis where he and vp like to make a announced a deal to save one as
in manufacturing jobs at an company carrier. this is the trump treated yesterday looking forward to going to bed unit tomorrow to be with the great workers at carrier. they saw many air-conditioners he said with that! lauren: for the texas company on the campaign trail after they said it would move jobs to mexico. megyn kelly spoke to two longtime workers last night on "the kelly file." >> i was not a huge trump supporter. i didn't know how to take mr. trump, but i'm glad he lived up to a promise and stuck with it and i'll gladly drill some support him in if they get a chance to shake his hand to thank him for saving the job of gladly do that. lauren: the incentives offered by the state were an important consideration. the agreement in no way diminishes our belief in the benefits of free trade.
donald trump will host a rally today in cincinnati at gop stronghold. donald trump also continues to fill out his cabinet. like berman has the latest on this transition effort. in the president-elect trump's economic team with three major appointments. steve mnuchin named as treasury secretary appointment. mnuchin with the campaign finance chair. wilbur ross cap for the commerce secretary wrote in his number two will be tiebreaking, owner of the chicago cubs. he told maria bartiromo at a tax overhaul will be friend of mine. >> this is something that happens within the first 90 days of the presidency. we'll have a major tax reform. because tax reform since reagan and not just cutting corporate taxes but also a very large middle income tax-cut bill help
this country. >> officials say no more major appointments are expected for the remainder of the week. back to you. nicole: blake burman, thank you. lauren: house democrats ever elected nancy pelosi. ohio representative tim ryan received 63 boat, the largest number of defectors post he has seen fit she started to lead house democrats in 2002. ryan represents northeast ohio which has disaffected union workers and former democrats who helped donald trump when the battleground state and the white house on november 8. democrats will be the minority party in the house and senate next year and will not have the presidency and the defense against republicans. the house approved legislation aimed at boosting research efforts to fight cancer and other diseases. peter barnes has the details. we are going to have that later for you.
lauren: a police officer in tacoma, washington killed in the line of duty. police say the unidentified officer were shot ball 12 times by responding to a domestic call. he died at a hospital. the suspect is believed to still be holed up inside a home with a gun. police say that neighborhood is on lockdown. >> the bottom line is until we have the suspect in custody, it is not safe for anyone out there. these are the fired at officers. >> would pray for them and we'll bring you the latest developments as they become available. the death toll in the massive wildfires in tennessee is not have them. much-needed rain finally arrives scorched towards city of kahlenberg with most of the rescue teams going door to door looking for survivors who were trapped. the mayor mike warner says even without the fires, the search
will be dangerous. >> is the major job he could see trees down power lines down which some of them are still alive. you've got propane tanks leaking, just a multitude of things that you have to consider. >> than 14,000 people were evacuated from gatlinburg and they still don't know when they can return. dolly parton's foundation is donating $1000 a month to families who lost their homes in the fire. trip to the tennessee governor says the worst spot a mistake in a century. the house has approved legislation at other research efforts to fight cancer and other diseases. here is peter barnes. reporter: last night the house passed a sweeping $6 billion bill that supporters will improve medical innovation, speed access to new drugs, expand access to mental health treatment and find the apparent epidemic. it's called the 21st century's contract with the broad partisan
support in both chambers and president obama will become law in part because it provides $1.8 billion for the administration skates in the shot and gives an extra 4.8 billion a billion more for his date grace to battle opioid and heroin abuse and 500 million more to the food and drug administration to streamline the clinical trial process and having his staff. >> a bipartisan bill will ensure health system can keep pace with incredible event has been science and technology. we've got a medical innovation game changers doubled lover hope to patients across the country. >> critics say will lower standards and jeopardize patient safety. >> the president protects those have on the health care system and reduces the already weak regulation of medical devices, allow strikes to be approved with limited evidence that the drug safe tnf is the and rushes
the use of new and unproven antibiotics. >> senate expected to vote on it next week. back to you in new york. train to the escape of the global action. all of paris. better than expected rate in manufacturing and japan, china. both of us up in the shanghai and and a japan upon by 1%. again weaker today. the hang seng hong kong hang seng hong kong gain in the third and south korea fractionally. lauren: the eurozone is good news because that's the best number we've seen since january january 2014. it's very interesting after we have records yesterday in records yesterday and stayed the oil soaring and the best month for financials than five years. markets in europe selling off half of a percent across the board. the cac down half of 1% despite the fashion show in the german
dax down half of 1%. lauren: vidal in november, the best month since march of 5.4%. s&p best month since july. kicking things that this december 1st. dow futures higher by five points. car sales up later today, construction spending, jobless claims and key earnings. s&p s&p futures down the pike on the planet, nasdaq futures down five. nicole: plus check out what's going on with oil and gold. oil soared to an opec cuts for the first time in eight years of pictures to do so. when the fugitive since the order 9.96. it's up 1%. gold right now than $4 at 1116 and a troy ounce. >> you can see the dollar was weaker versus office currencies. the europe from the u.k. pound from mexican peso japanese yen. nicole: went up to 2.4%.
lauren: be careful about the apps that you download. security experts said apps infected with novel or installed entry devices have gained access to more than 1 million google accounts. the now where is being called google again. ethics with older versions and takes control of the devices data comes from a third-party app outside the google store. google is advising users to update their software and avoid anything that looks suspicious. train to fit it i am troubled maker said to be around $40 million. sit it is mostly interested in intellectual property. pebble is a kick starter darling raised more than $40 million on top of the $15 million in venture capital funding. the newest version of its smart watch in october after laying off 25% of his staff in march. it itself has been struggling.
shares priced at $50 in 2015, but today roughly $8.36 a share were closed yesterday. lauren: does another chart. today's edition of "the wall street journal." federal government on track to forgive at least $108 billion for the student loan debt in the coming year according to a report that shows the obama administration's approach to student blogs is costly. the white house is pushing cuba ideals were generally trick, and three cruise lines. the obama administration pressing had managed to complete these just before donald trump takes office. close quote graham ensured they appeared the journal says the hazardous runway and then increase for the third year in a row significantly exceeding federal safety targets are 25% a year ago. >> ridesharing companies like uber and lyft are trying to avoid the potholes that bad
threatens their very existence is >> i'm not sure if they are assigned a schedule wise. it would take the purpose of the uber said a tiered nicole: dan springer has food story. we will have the highlights from paris including a very expensive raw. u.s. stock market futures after a great month of november. the dow 5.5% starting with the side of prayer. the features of two, s.b. futures down one. you are watching "fbn:am." ♪
lauren: 5:45 a.m. in new york gave president-elect donald trump kicking off a thank you touring the midwest today. the first job in indianapolis where you will tout his deal with carrier to save 1000 u.s. jobs. vice president-elect mike penciled in paris about and then it is time to cincinnati. trump has printed a his enthusiastic rallies in ohio as a key to the river hillary clinton. heavy rains yesterday did provide much-needed relief and
all the fighters in the city at gatlinburg were out by late afternoon. search and rescue missions are underway. officials saying three people who have been trapped by the fires had been found and are okay. for than 14,000 people were evacuated and they still don't know when they can return to see their home. now where has infected more than 1 million google accounts being called cool again and disinfect the others. the novel is delivered through absent a letter from third-party sites. it is inviting entry funds to keep them updated and be very careful when downloading maps. plus check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. a great month of november. the dow 5.5%. a nice thinking we haven't seen since july. dow futures at three. send economic rest today come the jobs report tomorrow. lauren, that's it's happening now.
lauren: 1.6%. the ridesharing companies like uber and lyft. several cities want to treat them like taxi companies. dan springer in seattle. >> thorn in the poll, witnessing a head-on collision happening between rideshare companies and the governments where they operate. it comes down to this. they fall back on regulation. and the growing industry they viewed their drivers as independent contractors who thrive on flexibility. elected leaders in seattle and elsewhere see devastating employees who need action. seattle became the first city to pass an ordinance allowing cooper on trade uber and that drivers. only drivers who have given 52 bytes in the last three months will be eligible to vote. everyone who drives for uber and lyft with pay union dues.
we spoke with several drivers who will that work for extra spending money. they said they would quit doing that if forced to join the union. >> i'm not sure how much it can improve the safety of or if they are assigned a schedule. then it would defeat the purpose of the fatah. reporter: uber and lt told out of the requirement that all have to be fingerprinted out of their background check. tampa could be next. the company sued the city over the release of what they called trade secrets. locations of where all rights start and end your regular taxi companies are heavily regulated so rideshare companies should have the same rules. >> at the end of the day they do the same thing. they drive people from point a to point b. and it is just a method by which one acquires the right that differentiates them.
>> stakes are high in this battle. uber $66 billion in regulations would talk about will drive up the cost of business to them, to their customers. lauren, nicole, back to you. transferred and springer, thank you. nicole: coming up in stores. toronto and the montréal impact intensify the rivalry. we are going to tell you which one becomes the first to reach the final against the seattle sounders. if you're not into soccer, how about this? [inaudible conversations] nicole: there at the models on the runway. on those spread their wings. all the highlights from paris. u.s. stock market futures this morning. dow futures up on, s&p futures down to. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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is hosted in the french capital. performance is a lady dog and virgo mars joining forces in the city of life. the $3 million fantasy bra stole the show. it is handcrafted over 700 hours with thousands of gems does. the bra was modeled by adjustment up. >> i've got a pocket in the bra. i was out back page. i was so scared i was going to walk on the runway and start tearing up. i walked down the runway until my family family standing in the corner. nicole: the victoria's secret in a fashion show is set to air on december 5th on cbs. lauren: let's look at the latest in sports. oklahoma city under coach scott brooks receives a warm welcome defend in his return and his coach in the washington wizards. they carried the team again.
now down three and the first three pointer at the game. westbrook metaphors straight triple drabble but had to overtime. they missed the free throw and puts it back. the vendors to beat the washington wizards 126-115. only the second player heading into december. minnesota timberwolves taking on new york knicks christoph presented. next league an early bedtime was on fire. he scored career-high 47-point including a monster. carmelo anthony with 30 seconds left in the knicks beat the timberwolves 106-1 of order.
it's all about the trophy. toronto with the mantra of impact in the eastern conference championship. toronto needs at least three goals to win the series. dominate just behind the line and goes far post for the gold. 37 minute toronto tied the score. armando cooper knocks the rebound and for the full. we had the ot. 98 minutes. the cost comes in the box and chez rove gets his head on it for the poll. toronto went on another goal in advance against the seattle sounders. nicole: watching golf after tiger with 16 month hiatus of that will be a big lead. americans are sleep deprived and not surprisingly it affects our health and also the economy. a new study shows lack of sleep cost the united states about $411 billion in lost product to
the beat and the loss of more than a million working days each year. and there's major health consequences for u.s. soil. the study finds someone who sleeps fewer than six hours a night, lauren and i., has a 13% higher mortality risk than someone getting between seven and $9. lauren: that should be a wake-up call for your boss. coming up, we will hand it over to "mornings with maria." if you do need a mechanic, just press this. "thank you for calling hum." and if you really need help, help can find you, automatically, 24/7. because you put this, in here. hum by verizon. the technology designed to make your car smarter, safer and more connected. put some smarts in your car.
nicole: we kick off december. maria bartiromo takes you through the next several hours. mornings with maria starts right now. maria: hi, everybody, happy thursday, i'm maria bartiromo. and it is thursday december 1st, top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. president-elect donald trump taking his message to the american people. this afternoon the president elect heads to indiana where he secured a deal to keep one thousand jobs at that carrier plant. vice president elect mike pence emphasizing the administration's agenda when they take office. >> i think the american people are ready for change and working with republican majorities in the house and senate and democrats who are willing to work with us, we are going to roll our sleeves up and move the trump agenda forward and we are going to make america great again. maria: tonight president-elect trump will hold rally in cincinnati to thank supporters, the thank you tour.